All's Well That Ends Well


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  5. ^ McCandless, David (1997). "All's Well That Ends Well". Gender and performance in Shakespeare's problem comedies. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press. pp. 57–59. ISBN 0-253-33306-7.
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  8. ^ Taylor, Paul (18 January 2018). "All's Well That Ends Well, review: Eye-opening and vividly alive". The Independent.
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  18. ^ William Linley's song "Was this fair face" was written for All's Well That Ends Well.
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  21. ^ Neely, Carol Thomas (1983). "Power and Virginity in the Problem Comedies: All's Well That Ends Well". Broken nuptials in Shakespeare's plays. New Haven, CT: University of Yale Press. p. 58. ISBN 978-0-300-03341-0.

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